|04 Oct 2009||#1|
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Bus-Powered USB HUB is detected as Self-Powered
I have an old Xbox (not 360) controller that I used to play games under Windows XP / Vista. To the system it appears as an Generic USB Hub to which the controller is attached.
The controller itself draws 100mA from the hub.
Now, under Windows XP / Vista the hub appears as Bus-Powered and draws power from the system, but under Windows 7 it appears as a self-powered hub and it doesn't supply power to it
Is there any way I could force Windows 7 to detect it as a bus-powered hub?
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